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  • Andrew graduate Kelly Christner turns into star for powerhouse Michigan

    Andrew graduate Kelly Christner turns into star for powerhouse Michigan
    When Kelly Christner chose to continue her softball career at the University of Michigan, she did so with the understanding that she likely would not play much during her freshman season. Rather than lament the lack of playing time in 2014, the Tinley...
  • Cleveland State transfer Anton Grady signs with Wichita State

    Wichita State needed one more big man. Anton Grady needed a place with top-level guards who could help him get to the NCAA Tournament. Easy fit. Grady, a 6-foot-8, 225-pound forward, signed a financial aid agreement with Wichita State on Friday. He is...
  • Local Roundup: Detroit to host Horizon League men's basketball tournament

    The Horizon League on Thursday announced that Detroit will host the men's basketball tournament for the next five seasons beginning in 2016. Joe Louis Arena will be the venue for the first two seasons, with the next three tournaments taking place at the...
  • Local Roundup: Purdue North Central falls in CCAC baseball final

    Purdue North Central's baseball team reached the final of the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament Tuesday night before falling 9-3 to host Judson in Elgin, Ill. The Panthers, who lost to Judson in 11 innings in the winners' bracket...
  • Local Roundup: Munster football players make college choices

    Nine football players for Munster will play in college next year. Two are going to Division I schools: receiver Zach Pickett, who is bound for Indiana State, and running back Seth Gutwein, who is headed for Purdue. Two more, running back Dominic...
  • Local Roundup: Valparaiso's Sarah Drozdowski earns Horizon League honors

    Valparaiso University's Sarah Drozdowski was named Women's Athlete of the Year and Outstanding Women's Field Event Performer of the Meet after winning the hammer throw Sunday at the Horizon League Outdoor Championship at Rochester, Mich. Drozdowski won...
  • Local Roundup: Valparaiso men, women second at Horizon League track

    Led by a 1-2 finish by pole vaulters Justin Zosso and Alexander Watson, Valparaiso University's men's track team remained in second place Saturday in the Horizon League Championship in Rochester, Mich. Zosso, a Chesterton grad, had a personal-best and...
  • College basketball rosters turning over at warp speed

     College basketball rosters turning over at warp speed
    No sport challenges fans more at season's end than college basketball. Coaching changes and player transfers. Late signees and reclassifications. Academic casualties and NBA declarations. Good luck processing it all, witness the four weeks since Duke...
  • Local Roundup: Valparaiso baseball blanks Milwaukee

    Dalton Lundeen pitched a three-hitter as Valparaiso blanked Milwaukee 6-0 Friday in Horizon League baseball at Emory Bauer Field in Valparaiso. Spenecer Mahoney hit the first pitch he saw for a leadoff homer in the bottom of the first inning for VU (18-...
  • Valparaiso falls in Horizon League men's tennis final

    Green Bay blanked Valparaiso's men's tennis team 4-0 Sunday in the Horizon League Championship final in West Lafayette. VU, which finished 21-7, got a 6-3 victory at first doubles from Jeffrey Schorsch and Charlie Emhardt, but Green Bay won at No. 2...
  • Sports Roundup: Crescenta Valley swimming's MacDougall wins 100 free at Mt. SAC

    GIRLS’ SWIMMING Crescenta Valley at Meet of Champions: Heather MacDougall turned in a terrific Saturday afternoon at the Meet of Champions at Mount San Antonio College. MacDougall won the 100-yard freestyle in 51.73 seconds, nearly two seconds...